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Portrait of Callender I. Fayssoux, c. 1840-1860
Estudiantina group walking down a Mérida street during the 1913 Carnival festivities.
La Unión float in a carnival parade, Mérida, Mexico
Man standing along train tracks in a hennequen field, Tikin, Mexico.
Stereograph image of men harvesting bananas on an industrial plantation in Costa Rica, likely to be a United Fruit Company operation. Published by the Keystone View Company.
Left stereograph image
Men loading bananas on mules.
Photogravure Belize beach scene for a postcard, c. 1900s, unknown publisher,
Portrait of a young Argentine girl.
Stereoscopic images of a man in a henequen field in Yucatán, Mexico.
Stereoscopic view of the La Unión float in a Mérida carnival parade.
Comparison of Y structure of paper and glass stereographs.
Panoramic view of Ibarra, capital of Imbabura province, Ecuador. A line of residents pose in the foreground. Stereograph No. 1242 from the series, Views in "El Ecuador" (The Equator), published by E. & H.T. Anthony.
Group portrait of two Peruvian women in front of their rural home.
Stereograph of a 1913 Carnival parade in Mérida, Yucatan viewed from the eyepiece of the Taxiphote viewer.
Series of images of hand-held stereograph viewers.
Examples of the print information contained on the back side of commercially published stereograph card series.
Google Cardboard viewer.
Back label for the Ibarra, Ecuador stereograph card in the Views of Ecuador series published by E. & H.T. Anthony.
ViewMaster viewer c. 1940s with original cardboard boxes.
Harvester of aguamiel or the sap of the maguey plant that is fermented to produce a mildly alcoholic beverage called pulque. Note the pigskin used to transport the aguamiel.